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on every purchase, every day! what's in your wallet? here's your invoice. >> lance armstrong is despicable slug not because he injected drugs or did doping to improve performance, i don't care but i hate lance armstrong because he cheated and a threat and people if they told the truth. he is a liar and ee but the drugs? so what. i don't care why aid they are not legal my opinion is minorities. >> should the government investigate steroids? >> yes. >> everyone should be drug tested. >> it is harmful. >> the government has to take a stand to show there is no cheating in anything. john: for the future of our nation government must take a stand? nick gillespie agrees but if the athlete dopes he is cheating. >> he is a liar and a lovely but it is categorically wrong to focus on performance-enhancing drugs the only way to gain the unfair competitive edge over colleagues. and '50s and '60s there innovative trading regimes that was kept secret. is that unfair? using technology, a longtime critic bicycle rider the first to win the tour day france, he beat the french champion by using technologicall
lance armstrong is a despicable slug not because he injected drugs like tess toft roan or did blood doping to improve his performance. i don't care if an adult does things like that. i hate lance armstrong because he cheated and then threatened people, threatened to sue them if they told the truth. he's a liar and a bully, but the drugs themselves, so what? i don't even know why they're illegal or the government's business, but as usual, my opinion is minority opinion. >> should the government investigate steroids in sports? >> i think so, yeah. of course. >> everyone should be drug tested. >> and it's harmful. >> for the future of our nation, the government has to take a stand to show that there is no cheating in anything. >> john: for the future of our nation,o government must take a stand. nick gillespie pee from reaso fv disagrees. why? if an athlete dopes his blood, he's cheating. >> you're right that lance armstrong is a liar and a bully, but it's categorically wrong to focus on performance-enhancing drugs is the only way that athletes gain competitive advantages over their c
anymore. >> maybe to you. to me -- >> ancient. >>> so he came clean to oprah, but is lance armstrong ready to name names about doping in the cycling world. >>> he was one of president obama's top advisers, now tim geithner seems ready to tell all. developed by experts in skin genomics to target 5 major causes of uneven skin tone and help restore even color. olay professional even skin tone. with hand-layered pasta, tomatoes, and real mozzarella cheese. but what makes us even prouder... is what our real dinners can do for your family. stouffer's. let's fix dinner. get ready for a lot more of that new-plane smell. we're building the youngest, most modern fleet among the largest us airlines to ensure that you are more comfortable and connected than ever. we are becoming a new american. all stations come over to mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens
twist in the lance armstrong saga, stripped of his medals, confessing to oprah. and tonight, word that criminal charges hang in the balance. it's an abc news exclusive, and abc's neal karlinsky, who first broke this story, tells us what's looming. >> reporter: tonight, abc news has learned lance armstrong -- last seen publicly with his girlfriend and family boarding a plane in hawaii -- is in the cross-hairs of federal criminal investigators. according to a high level source, agents are actively investigating armstrong for obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation, for allegedly threatening people who dared tell the truth about his cheating. a case reignited by his recent confession to oprah. >> i didn't invent the culture. but i didn't try to stop the culture. >> reporter: if charges are ultimately filed, the consequences could be severe. >> these are serious potential crimes. you're talking about possible sentences of up to five, ten years, if convicted. >> reporter: and tonight, one more harsh deadline. he must tell all under oath to anti-doping authorities or lose his la
they stop doing that we find out this housing rally is like lance armstrong at the tour de france. >> you'd have to bring lance armstrong in. that money is not going into housing. it is all of the place. the market likes a little bad news. this is a great thing for housing, a ton of cash going into housing, funds going into housing, blackstone sunk a ton of money into the market, they are buying up 16,000 homes, not going to sell them at the same time. charles: they're going to rent them. this is what i am wondering. when does the general public and get into this? you got the cash, the investors, that is fine because it helped us hit carrot firma but the notion that housing is warring back, it seems like i don't know, doesn't seem like it is reality with respect to most americans. >> the general public is coming around. we had to get through -- even though foreclosures are down don't let that fool you. a lot of foreclosures to get through especially in judicial states. organically people are starting to sell. people who were raise out of a position where they don't have to short sellers a
know, in football what do you make of this? >> well i think the credibility because of lance armstrong but the credibility of ray lewis is still subject to question because of the conviction and because of what happened. that's why he became susceptible to something like this. now, in this instance it appears that everything that he is saying, at least by everything that we know and we don't really know because how will we ever know? its not tested for this specific thing, in the national football league. the national football league loses jurisdiction over ray lewis after sunday. he's announced he's retiring so the story will go away. if anything ever was to come of it, there's nothing really anybody could do. you get back to credibility. everybody now is under a microscope. you don't know what to believe who to believe and how to believe it but i believe in this instance just based on everything that we've seen up to date and been told that ray lewis is a victim. >> gregg: yeah. it takes away from the event, rachel. >> yeah. >> gregg: it's sort of a sad commentary. >> well, absolutel
better be careful if you go under oath, right? if lance armstrong goes under oath and they discover he told one lie, watch out. connell: i thought you were talking to me personally. the nation's largest running auto show is kicking off today in chicago. dagen: jeff flock with the company's ceo and president. jeff: we have got focus this year on chrysler because they are on a run. that is a handbuilt sports car. 640-horsepower. ram has a big unveil later. we want to focus on dodge. introducing a new challenger, a powerful vehicle. >> a new challenger look. jeff: you are on a roll. a great year. a powerful car, did you not see that gas prices going up? >> we did, but it is all about buying cars. lots of personality in them. jeff: walk me around here. you're getting hit really hard by your boss, everybody is working really hard. this dodge dart was a little bit of a disappointment. >> last month was our all-time high, over 7000 sold and talk about a counterbalance with the challenger. 41 miles per gallon and still very much ramping up and confused receive awards, picked up 27 awards so fa
hurdle now for disgraced cycling legend lance armstrong. a texas promotions company is suing him for more than $12 million for what it calls the most outrageous, cold-hearted and elaborate lie in the history of sports. they want armstrong to return bonus money for winning the tour de france in 2002, 2003, and 2004. but there's more than money at stake. this lawsuit may force armstrong to testify, which could expose him to criminal charges if he lies under oath. >>> well, the proof is in the briefs. forget the hem line index. experts have found another indicator of economic growth. pay attention, christine. fashion observers at a u.k. underwear and swim wear site find men buy more colorful undergarments when the economy is booming. they return to their fail safe black and grey when things aren't going so well. >> the american flag with the smiley face. all right. very serious news this morning. >> a little bit of everything for you this morning. >>> our national debate over mammograms and how often to get them, it's back in the headlines. and the new study that could change your doctor's m
the boy and killed dikes. >>> the u.s. anti-doping agency has granted to lance armstrong an extra two weeks to decide if he'll speak with investigators under oath about his use of performance enhancing drugs. meantime a dallas company is suing armstrong to recover $12 million it paid him in bonuses for winning the tour de france seven times. >>> now for a look at what's trending today, a quick roundup has you talking online. the dog whose human-like face became an internet sensation is now up for adoption. take a look at these pictures of tonic. it melted hearts online after the poodle shih tzu mix was rescued and sent to an animal welfare group in indiana. >>> david beckham's new body wear ad has him dashing through los angeles wearing little more than tattoos. it has had more than a million youtube views in one day. a little controversy here. some twitter users think a beckham look alike, body double, may have been spotted in some scenes. >>> a woman in tel aviv has to fight back after her car was towed after being parked in a handicapped spot. the trouble is it wasn't a handicapped
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